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Bengal Tigers

Bengal Tigers

Bengal Tigers


There are several artists with this name: 1) Bengal Tigers are a hard rock/metal band from Australia. Forming in 1979 in Melbourne, the band slogged it out for a good few years before recording Metal Fetish – their debut EP in 1982 on Mushroom Records. The band plays music in the early 80's NWOBHM / heavy metal / hard rock style - simplistic, and fun. similar to same era Judas Priest. The band released another EP in 1995 entitled Pain Clinic, and an album in 1997 called In the Blood. Read more on Last.fm
There are several artists with this name: 1) Bengal Tigers are a hard rock/metal band from Australia. Forming in 1979 in Melbourne, the band slogged it out for a good few years before recording Metal Fetish – their debut EP in 1982 on Mushroom Records. The band plays music in the early 80's NWOBHM / heavy metal / hard rock style - simplistic, and fun. similar to same era Judas Priest.

The band released another EP in 1995 entitled Pain Clinic, and an album in 1997 called In the Blood. -- 2) Bengal Tigers was a group of accomplished New York-based musicians with a love for both Indian music and Downtown New York music. They came together in 1999 to create one album Songs About Birds and Trains. The players were: tabla great Samir Chatterjee, singer Sanghamitra Chatterjee, multi-instrumentalist/producer Chris Rael, flutist Steve Gorn, sitarist Krishna Batt, reed man Ned Rothenberg, sarangi player Ramesh Mishra, and Church of Betty rhythm section Jon Feinberg (drums) and Joe Quigley (bass). Read more on Last.fm.

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